The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 22, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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GROVELAND, Fla.. July 21 SUndinr road ruard at Stacker's Still on a weapons carrier with a 50 call
a bre machine gun mounted are Florida National Guardsmen from the 116th field artillery battalion. The
battalion moved in last night, heavi;- armed, to prevent further violence following outbreak Monday
night. (AP Hirephoto to The Statesman.) ,
YM Campers
Off on 3-Day
Hiking Jaunt
Under the supervision of Roth
Holtz, YMCA boys' work director,
and Merlin Schulze, camp coun
selor, 10 boys of the YM camp at
Silver creek are now on a three
day hike.
Headquarters camp was to be
set up at Pamelia lake at the foot
of Mi. Jefferson, and short hikes
will go out from there to Hunt's
cove and the Lakes basin. The
boys will pack three miles to Pam
elia lake.
Boys making- the hike are Ed
win Boal, Bill' Hamilton, Tom
Stroup, Bob Wulf. Jim Van Loan,
; Hob Hullard, Bill Mattison, Ken
Burns, Neal Craig and Dick Lewis
Eleven other boys.i under the
supervision of Jack Forristel, unit
leader, and Dick Reay, tamp coun
selor, this week took a two-day
jaunt to the Little North fork of
Silver creek. Boys making the trip
were Kurt Erifelested, Fred Schren
cengast. Ken Schrencangast. Jim
Shull, Jerry Carleton. Willard
Hone, Donald Nash, Stephen Clark,
Glen Shedeck, Jack Holloway and
Robert Adams.
Two other groups of hikers
Wednesday made trips around the
various falls in Silver Falls state
park.
another direction, sell it . . . and
so on. The: car sold here reported- ;
ly was stolen in Atlanta, Ga.
The man faces federal charges
of auto theft in Kansas City where i
he was booked as Buford D. San- j
ders, 31, Vancouver. He is believ- j
ed to have made a small fortune
before thei FBI overtook him.
'Hot' Car Sold Here
Included in Charge
Against Larcenist
A stolen car that was sold in
Salem was included in the con
fession at Kansas City, Mo., qf a
man who told the FBI he. stole
and sold a score of cars, an As
sociated Press dispatch reveals.
The man's system was simple,
according to his confession: Steal
a car, drive it several states away,
tell" it, steal another, drive off in
County Doubts
Luibility to
Paint Claims
Marion county court doubts'
whether it will pay for paint on
the house if Joseph M. Wagner of
Mt. Angei. even though county
crews ruined a new paint job for
Wagner.
In a letter to the court Thurs
day, Wagner, who lives on West
Church street, sought reimburse-!
ment to repaint his house. He
painted his house on July 14, he
said, only to have a county oiling
crew begin operations nearby in
a strong northwest wind.
The wind blew the oil onto his
new paintj said Wagner, and he
had to do the job over. He is ask- '
ing $150. The county court said '
it does not believe it is liable.
Stock Decline
Mars 3-Week
Summer Rally
By William D. Horgan
NEW YORK, July 21 -JP)- The
largest decline in three weeks in
terrupted the stock market's sum
mer rally today.
Final prices in most cases were
at or within a shade of the lows
for the day. Individual issues lost
fractions to around a point in the
first overall setback of the week.
Profit takin" sales on the heels
of a prolonged rie, plus a strong
dose of investment and- specula
tive timidity were held mainly
responsibile for the downward
trend.
Business slowed on the way
down, with turnover at 780,000
shares. This compared with 1,380.
000 Wednesday and 1,590,000
shares Tuesday, two days in
which turnover was boosted by
heavy trading in Commonwealth
& Southern.
The Associated Press average of
60 stocks declined .4 of one point
to 62.5. the largest loss since .6
of one point on June 28.
support- Jf rice
On Wheat Set
$2.01 Bushel
Government price support on
the 1949 crop of wheat will be
$2.01 a bushel to fanners in Mar
ion county, says W. M. Tate,
chairman of the county agricul
tural conservation committee.
-Loans will be available through
the commodity credit corporation
through January, 1950, and will
mature on April 30, 1950, or earl
ier on demand.
The national average loan rate
to farmers for 1949 crop wheat is
tils a.Vushel, whicV is 00 per
cent of parity as of July 1, the
beginning of the marketing year.
Last year's rate was $2.00.
Wheat support prices at termin
al markets will range from $2.16
to $2.38 a bushel for 1949 crop No.
1 wheat stored in eligible ware
houses at specified terminal mar
kets. The rate quoted for Portland
is $2.16 per bushel.
Only wheat grading No. 3 or
better, or No. 4 or No. S because
of test weight or because it con
tains wheat of the classes durum
and or red durum, will be eligible
for loan or purchase. A schedule
of premiums and discounts for va
rious qualities of jthe 1949-crop
wheat, differing slightly from
those in effect for the 1948 crop,
will be issued at an early date.
itev. Rov Worth
Appointed Pastor
For Four-Square
The Rev. Roy Worthing of Che
halis. Wash., will be the new pas
tor of the Four-Square church
here, it was announced Wednes
day. He will succeed the Rev. James
H. Taylor who has been pastor of
of the Salem Four-Square church
since April, 1947, and who now
will become pastor of that dom
ination's church at Lebanon. His
farewell sermon here will be del
ivered Sunday morning, July 31.
A new parsonage was erected dur-
Th Slatesmcrn. Sakm. Oreocn, FrldaY Iufy 22,194g-7
ing his tenure here and church Chehalis for ..lore tfaan to year,
membership was increased. will deliver his dedicatory sermon
The Rev. Worthington, past&r at the evening of July 31. f
PJIJW1ME' SALE
Good Quality For Sal
6 Days a Week Special Bargains 0 f
Every Friday & Saturday j
Groceries, Gifts. Handtied Fishing Flys ,
CHIN-UP STORE J
1275 No. Church Open 8 A M. - 7 P.M.
Remains of Soldiers
Returned for Burial
Remains of T, 4th Gr. Lester L. j
Vickers, Salem '.soldier- .who was
killed in action Oct. 25, 1944. on
Leyte, have been returned to this ,
country abroad the U. S. arm
transport Sergeant Andrew Miller, ;
the army reported from Washing-!
ton Thursday. j
Next-of-kin was listed as Mae i
L. Vickers 2943 N. 5th st, Salem. '
j Only other deceased listed in the :
information release from this gen
eral area is Eric W. Anderson,
civilian, Sherwood route 4. whose;;
next-of-kin was listed as Oscar
Anderson. :
Tired Kidneys
Often Bring
Sleepless flights
WTwn dimrdn' of kidney function permit
poitonooi matter to remain in your blood.
It may ratine naetfinsr bar karhe, rbeunutie
Pains, let paim, lom of pep and energy. Bet
tinir up niitbtx. welling, puffinexs under the
eye, headache and dizziness. Frequent or
canty pasaK with smarting and burniiut
ometimes chows there is something wrong
With your kidneys or bladder.
Don't wait I Ak your druggist for Doan's
Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully
by millions for over 50 years. Doan's give
happy relief and will help the 16 miles of
kidney tubes flush out poisonous wastAixom
your blood. Get Doan's Pills.
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Q0ft f BoOSDEffieSS
HAVE BEEN TAKEN
- : - . RENT
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Dcnrtnos
O Chairs
Cotimm Tables
Bedroom Suites
End Tables O Lamps
O Dining Room Sets
MANY OTHER WONDERFUL ITEMS
OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P. 11.
Capita! Hdnei & Fum. Co.
241 Ho. Comm'l. ! 1 Ph. 3-7845
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While June is "bustin' out" with flowers and pic- Ja
nics, we're bustin' out with the lowest food prices ft I vf
we ve been able to bring you in years. Plan more o
ck.unviiiii.ui liicuii iuuuj 1 1 uiii our moneyuving wCA
Prices Effective Friday, Saturday and Sunday
SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING 3 . - 75c
SALMON ":r",on Pack i 39 c
CANNED MILK 10c
SUGAR 10 lb. bag 87C. 25 lb. bag 2-19- ICO lbs.
TUNAFISHih, Meai No. '. t can 29c
FRUIT COCKTAIL ET uaU,Y 29 c
i E
'3 j'fStM !
Pond's Facial Tissues
3C0 sheet pkg. 27
33c
Barlleil Fears No. 300 cans 2 cans 27
Grape Juice Quart bottle 29c
Orange Juice u,co 39 c
Purple Plums EtZlT?! 3
a, n hgcii
Swift's Strained
BABY KEATS 2 35 c
Strained Beef. Veal, Pork, Liver, Lamb, Heart
Swift's :
nnpfjf Spiced Luncheon Meat my
rllLIl l2-o. can O C
Swift's With Reusable Plastic Cap
PEANUT BUTTER 1 I, 31 C
t
Swift's Premium
CORUED BEEF . 45 c
PORK SAUSAGES FRANKFURTERS :
Swift's Premium AH- Swift's Premium 7-
10-oz. can 4C a z. can tlC
(Same size can as Prem) .
CHOPPED HAM VEAL LOAF
Swift's Premium AQ Swift's Premium 00r
12-oz, can 7-ox. can XiOC
White King Grannlaied Soap
Lge. O C O Giant A f
.... sCPkg. . ..
Pkg.
MIRACLE WHIP
SALAD DRESSING
?.urmrt... 49c
Jlpricois
SWANS DOWN
INSTANT CAKE MTX
31c
Pkf.
Tiltons from The Dalles. W
Packed lor Lockers.
PHiLSBURY
HOT ROLL MIX
23c
Pkc.
FRENCH'S
MUSTARD
6 ox.
Jar ...
3c
ARMOUR'S BEEF
COUIAH'S MUSTARD
14 or.
can . .
4 ox. can 25 C
9c
BEEF ROAST
U. S. Commercial Grade Lb.
BOILING BEEF
Lean, Tender Short Ribs Lb.
BIB BOAST
Fof Oven Roasting Lb.
SLICED BAC01I
Rind on; lean, full slices by Valley
Packing Co. and Swift s Lb.
FRANKFURTERS
Cascade Quality
Large Lb.
CHICKENS
Large Red Fryers
Cut up for Convenience
35c
18c
39c
39c
39c
3.
1.49
jk WESSON OML
Quart
Jar ...
53c
jj fjr .4U
LAUNDRY STARCH
19c
Quart
Bottle
20... 89c
2B lb. lug
POTATOES
10 .b. 25c
CUCWESBSBSf !
3 .o, 14c
fbesh conn !
Grown doz.
Beeis or Carrels I
i":
3 14c
POTMOES I !
SObo, 109
U. S. No. 1. Size B
White Shatters
Long green
Slicers
Local
Garden Fresh
Yakima U. S
No. 2s
SWEETHEART
SOAP
4 bar. 27C
4K
onrjE-FLUDi-i
19c
Large
Can
TOILET TISSUE
TP
Zee
Scot Tissue
HOUSEHOLD BROOMS
Indian Head Brand
WOODBURY FACIAL SOAP
Bath sixe
RED KIDNEY BEANS
Caae-Swayne
SWEET PEAS
Happyvale No. 303 rsns
MOUNTAIN MEADOW
TOMATOES Mission
Extra Standard Ne. 303 cans
TOMATO JUICE Campbell's
Large 46 ox. can ,
4 1U 23S
4 ioib 29C
2 ioH 23C
.... eL 98
2 J, 19
'3 25
3 i, 25
3 cans 29 1
cans
37
CRISCO - SPRY
SHORTENING
Borden's Inslanl CoHee
2 oz. Jar ; e59
Large 5 ox. Jar fa - 95
Borden's Inslanl Chocolate Hix I
For instant delicious hot chocolate. 4
8 ox. can r..... staO
Hoody Peanut Duller
Creamy Style. I O
Large 24 ox. Jar fcQi
Kitchen Queen
FLOUR
Family Hard 7Q
Wheat 25 lb. bag JL Mt
(la printed cloth bars, file
additional)
10 OO- 50 lb. O JCC
0M
lb. can eJJV I
Y - lbs. UdU bag
3720 E. Stale .. 'XtSratl. iiBO Pcrtlani Biai